New realities created by COVID-19 have dramatically affected the way organisations operate. Organisations must respond to these impacts in a changed business environment, and begin planning to emerge from the crisis "ahead of the curve."
Join us for a series of risk management webcasts as we discuss the practical steps that can be taken immediately to help you to respond to and recover from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Marsh hosted a special webcast on Managing Employers' Liability During a Crisis, the first in this series of risk management webcasts that explore the practical steps that can be taken immediately to help you to respond to, and recover from, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
For the latest information regarding the potential impact of working from home on an employee's home insurance, as discussed in this webinar, please see the ABI's COVID-19 resource centre
Download Webcast slides: Managing Employers' Liability During a Crisis [PDF]
This webcast recommends practical steps, considerations, and tips to help keep facilities safe and secure during their temporary closure.
Download Webcast slides: Property Risk Profile Changes [PDF]
This webcast explores the evolving risk profile changes of organisations from business interruption and risk appetite to the ever-developing cyber threat landscape.
Download Webcast slides: Risk Profile Changes in the New World [PDF]
Decisions taken today will have a very real impact on how successful your organisation's recovery from COVID-19 will be in the future. This webcast offered practical guidance to help reduce or avoid the most extreme business impacts.
Download Webcast slides: Maximising Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic [PDF]
This webcast looked at cover, highlighting specific clauses that may provide cover and those that will exclude, alongside recommendations on how to best prepare and present a claim.
Download Webcast slides: First Party Claims Considerations [PDF]
For more information related to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit Marsh's pandemic risk resource hub.